Cruz Azul Vs Pumas UNAM Prediction, Odds, And Picks

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Cruz Azul vs Pumas UNAM Pick

Pick: Over 2.5 goals to be scored

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Cruz Azul and Pumas UNAM have lost 3 of 6 matches.

Cruz Azul have suffered losses in three of their six home matches, but managed to score in all. Club Necaxa lost and Santos Laguna lost. They also lost to Puebla who are the league’s leaders.

Pumas are also struggling, having suffered two defeats and one draw in three of their most recent away matches. The other defeat was to Santos Laguna. Club Tijuana is the other side that lost – they are both below them on the league table.

Goals will not be an issue for this fixture. There is good possibility that both sides score 2+ goals during the match. Last match saw both sides win 4-3. Pumas came back from being 3-1 behind to win the game in the second period.

Roberto Alvarado’s first-half hat trick for Cruz Azul proved futile as Diogo was brought off the bench by Pumas for two goals and an assist in the second period. Dramatic scoring by the impact sub saw all three goals scored for home.

These two teams are also among the highest-scoring, but have been quite weak in defense. This game is expected to have many goals, although it will be difficult to determine if there are any differences. It is possible that we will see a draw.

Cruz Azul Must Win to Keep up With the Top 3

Cruz Azul. They have only two wins in five matches across all competitions. They have both won in CONCACAF, and are slowly falling down the league table.

The primary cause of this is the loss to Santos Laguna, which was in crisis. The 94th-minute winner by Diego Medina seemed to have broken the Azul players’ confidence, and this was evident in their last two league games, where they seemed to have little in their offensive movement.

Azul had to score in injury time to win a point against Tigres. They were fortunate to only be 2-0 down in the first half because of defensive errors.

Puebla, unlike Tigres’s Tigres counterparts, did not let their feet off the gas and continued to attack throughout last week. The hat trick of Fernando Aristeguieta for the leaders left Azul looking for answers throughout the match, except for perhaps the goal in the seventh minute, after which they had scored a quick equalizer. It was clear that the majority of the game was spent in midfield, with very few incisive moves made in the last third.

Cruz Azul won the CONCACAF Champions League this week. They won 1-0 against CF Montreal, the Mexican team. Uriel Antuna’s goal in the second half was enough to give Liga MX the win. This will provide them with some confidence as they work towards the Montreal leg to continue their quest for progressing in the competition.

Whether this will allow them to return to the top of the league is yet to be determined. However, time is quickly slipping away and they are unable to achieve their goals to reach the top with just 8 games remaining. You can find more International Soccer matches at this link.

Pumas UnAM Cannot Afford another Loss

Pumas are looking to draw inspiration from the win against Cruz Azul last weekend in order to win again this weekend. Diogo, who is on loan to the club for the remainder of the Clausura season, has only started four games.

The Brazilian player will try to make it into this weekend’s starting XI after his impressive performance on the bench at the last meeting. He has not been at his best this season, with only one goal and seven assists. For their defeat at Santos, he did not make it to the squad. The Pumas are currently 8th on the league table. They weren’t able to play last weekend due to incidents of fan violence.

It wasn’t too bad. The CONCACAF Champions League saw them play and they were beaten by MLS team New England Revolution. Pumas were toothless all through the match and couldn’t muster one big chance. Only eight shots were made on goal by Pumas, of which only three were successful. It was a game where they looked okay in midfield, racking up 51 percent of the possession and making more passes than their opponents, but eventually ended up losing 3-0 to one of America’s most lethal attacking sides, who got a first-half goal from Sebastian Lletget that was followed by a brace from Adam Buksa in the second half. The Pumas must win quickly, as they are not guaranteed a place in the CONCACAF next season. With just 3 wins in their 8 matches so far, they are 10 points behind Puebla in the first place. To get an advantage before the game, check out our soccer betting guide!

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How to Watch Cruz Azul vs Pumas UNAM

Teams Cruz Azul vs Pumas UNAM Location Estadio Azteca Time Saturday, March 12 at 8pm EST How to watch Univision networks TUDN and UniMas, ESPN Deportes, Telemundo and Fox Deportes

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